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Remove all resources within a Resource Group with DevOps and ARM

Did you know it’s quite easy to remove all resources within a Resource Group via an ARM template. Sometimes you just need to “empty” a Resource Group without removing the Resource Group itself.

This way settings like Access Control and tags which has been configured on the Resource Group itself will not be removed. You can also login to the Azure Portal, select all the resources within a Resource Group and click “Delete“, but why not automate this.

Managing Windows Virtual Desktop with Microsoft Endpoint Manager – Part 2 – Enrolling your WVD session host into Intune

This is the second part in the Managing Windows Virtual Desktop with Microsoft Endpoint Manager series. In the previous part I showed you how to join your Windows 10 WVD session hosts to your on-premises AD as well as the Azure AD with the use of the Hybrid Azure Domain Join.

In this post I will share with you how to automatically enroll your WVD session hosts into Intune. And then… well, that’s were the fun begins!

Managing Windows Virtual Desktop with Microsoft Endpoint Manager – Part 1 – Setup Hybrid Azure Domain Join

Last week Microsoft announced the support for Windows Virtual Desktop machines in Microsoft Endpoint Manager. You can now enroll Windows Virtual Desktop VM’s that are hybrid Azure AD joined with Microsoft Intune and manage them in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center the same way as physical devices.

At this moment I think we are all managing our virtual desktop environment with the use of Group Policies and Golden Images. At least that’s what I do and what I see my customers are doing.

Windows Virtual Desktop Spring 2020 service update [Coming soon]

I decided to write a blog post about the upcoming updates for Windows Virtual Desktop. The last few months a lot has been said and shown by Microsoft regarding new features and updates to the WVD platform.

For this information I am relying on what’s publicly available, what I have seen in screenshots and presentations and what Microsoft MVP’s posted on social media.